Tri-Valley libraries have reopened their doors just in time for National Library Week, April 4-10.
Livermore libraries are also celebrating the special week with Library Bingo, which adults and teens can play by downloading a bingo board beginning on Monday (April 5) from the library website or picking one up at the Civic Center Library. Participants can also pick up a bingo board through the library's curbside service, and they will receive a colorful bookmark with their bingo board.
Some of the Library Bingo squares are reading related, others encourage connecting with the community, and still others focus on discovery. Examples include reading a banned book, visiting a local park, suggesting a book to a friend, checking out the night sky, and trying a new recipe.
Completed Bingo boards may be dropped off at several spots to be entered into a drawing, or participants can take a picture of a completed bingo board and email it in. The last day to submit a Bingo board for the drawing is April 30; the four winners will be randomly selected and contacted by phone the first week of May to receive goodie bags filled with fabulous prizes.
Learn more at www.livermorelibrary.net, or call 373-5505.
The theme of this year's National Library Week, first sponsored by the American Library Association in 1958, is "Welcome to Your Library."